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Oceans apart, art connects lives

Some artists sign their work, but Joyce McBride does not.

Landygo looks forward to friendly send-off south

Nashville-bound and loving it.

Canadian fans thrill finger eleven

You can come home again.

there's nothing like the blues

The Duke Robillard Band

Cold member learns abut Canada's north

Don't blame the members of Cold if they're looking for spiders these days.

Generations combine in play

Playing a grandmother is something new for Janet Michael.

Mainstage worth a million

How does an extra $1 million every three years in tourism business sound to Kamloops?

boogie-woogie beat drives pianist

Michael Kaeshammer revels in jazzing up boogie-woogie. Kamloops music lovers will have a chance to catch one of Canada's rising stars in a free performance in University College of the Cariboo's Alumni Theatre on Jan. 18.

Success slows down artist

Donald Lawrence is finding out there is a problem with being a successful artist. It doesn't leave him much time to do new art.

Strauss, singer welcome in new year

A full theatre of concert-goers came out Jan. 1 for some musical New Year's cheer from the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra. In keeping with the Viennese tradition, the concert consisted almost entirely of music by the Strauss family: Johann Strauss Sr.